A New Rochelle man is being held by Greenwich Police on $200,000 bond after an incident on March 27 in the area of Mill Street and Henry Street in Byram.
Police say that just before 5:00pm, police patrolling the area of Delavan Ave observed a car being operated with no front license plate.
Police determined that the car had a Texas temporary dealer registration affixed to the rear only of the vehicle.
Police stopped the car and investigation determined that the driver, Tremaine Bro Fraiser, 24, had a suspended New York license and the car had no insurance. Also there was drug and drug paraphernalia in the car as well as an illegally possessed firearm.
There was a nine-year-old child in the car.
Fraiser was arrested and processed for multiple charges:
Violating Standing Criminal Protective Order, Criminal Possession of Pistol/Revolver, Criminal Possession of Firearm/Weapon, Risk of Injury to Child, Illegal Possession Large Cap Mag of about 4/13, Illegal Possession of Weapon in Motor Vehicle, Possession of Controlled Substance, Possession 1/2 to 4 oz Marijuana, Possession Hallucinogen greater than 4 oz, Possession Intent 1kg or More Cannabis, Possession Intent Hallucinogen Substance, Operating a Drug Factory, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, Operation Motor Vehicle without License, Illegal Operation Motor Vehicle without Minimum Insurance, and Violation Readable Places/Lost Plates.
He has a date in Stamford Superior Court on May 28, 2021.